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Managing labour under extreme risk: collective bargaining in the North Sea Oil industry.
(Robert Gordon University, 1989-03)
The thesis is concerned with the means by which labour is managed in the young, turbulent and high risk industry of North Sea oil extraction. To explain this, the study had to extend beyond the more usual focus of ...
Concepts of need in housing allocation.
(Policy Press., 1987-01)
Policies for the allocation of council housing are subject to considerable local variation. Despite the differences, the schemes which housing departments have developed seem often to reflect a common understanding of ...
Poverty and depressed estates: a critique of Utopia on trial.
(Taylor & Francis., 1987)
Alice Coleman's Utopia on Trial explains the incidence of social problems in council housing in terms of the design of the estates. This paper offers an alternative explanation. Many issues which appear to be problems ...
Education and training of library technicians in Czechoslovakia.
Czechoslovakia, since 1969, has been a federal state of two nations. The Czech Socialist Republic (CSR) covers the western areas of the country, traditionally known as Bohemia and Moravia. The eastern portion, Slovakia, ...
Schools of librarianship and continuing education in Britain (part 1)
(Association for Library and Information Science Education., 1989)
In Britain the schools of librarianship are generally expected by the professional to provide some forms of continuing education. Some have indeed made a considerable contribution to the development of continuing professional ...